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Media Import Error


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When i connect my device to my computer and use the Media Import function to transfer my AVCHD videos I get the error "Media Capture11.exe - Application Error" : the insruction at 0x7c26a9be referenced memory at 0x08fb735c. The memory could not be "read." Click on Ok to terminate the program Click on CANCEL to debug the program" From this point I have clicked on both OK and cancel and nothing has changed. I am unable to import anything. PLEASE HELP

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What Device - toaster :lol:

 

Really need some details. Guessing camcorder, few import from a toaster these days, what make/model? How is it connected?

 

 

It is the Sony Handycam HDR-SR1 and it is connected via the mini USB port on the camera to the USB on my computer.

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It is the Sony Handycam HDR-SR1 and it is connected via the mini USB port on the camera to the USB on my computer.

You do not capture from a HD camera, you use Explorer or Media Import to simply copy the files to your local HD.

 

Likewise capture from any camcorder by USB is a rare bird indeed!

 

You should be able to add the files to VideoWave for edits or into MyDVD to burn.

 

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You do not capture from a HD camera, you use Explorer or Media Import to simply copy the files to your local HD.

 

Likewise capture from any camcorder by USB is a rare bird indeed!

 

You should be able to add the files to VideoWave for edits or into MyDVD to burn.

 

Actually that is what I am doing. I go to Media import to transfer the files to my HD and I get that error message.

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This is the first version that has support for AVCHD camcorders and looks like there are still some issues. As Jim points out, you really don't need Media Import. The camcorder should show up in My Computer like an external hard drive or Memory card reader.

 

Plug in the camcorder and turn it VCR or playback mode.

Wait for Windows to recognize the device

Open My Computer and double click on the drive that is the camcorder

Then just copy the .mts or .ts files to a folder on the internal hard drive (My Videos).

 

When you add these files to Videowave or MyDVD, they will ask to convert the files to editable format. You will NOT lose any quality. They stay as hidef. Just follow the prompts.

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